Version 2.0

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 5686
Change Set: 44cb977d728a
Released: Jul 26, 2010
Updated: Jul 26, 2010 by hacker_wez
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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I am proud to announce, on this yet another auspicious occasion, the second version of the GUI interface using VB to track an IP address!

Still not enough time to build a setup package, since catching our killer is a demanding job and we can't spare one second, the GUI interface using VB to track an IP address is a single .exe file placed inside this very secure .zip archive.

The MD5 of the .zip is 8abc40e80ff7f463b8bd52cd3b092adb.

Reviews for this release

     
Creating useful programs, like this one, is my reason for becoming a programmer. This application truly delivers on its name and appears to be even better than the one my CSI friends create all the time. With upgrades to Visual Basic *.NET* this GUI interface using Visual Basic is ready to use the latest in yesterdays technology to quickly and efficiently hunt killers in your neighborhood. Provided, of course, that they do not actually know anything about real hacking. It's so good you can even use it to make a TV show about catching killers. With a slick and easy to use interface like this, it's a wonder that killers are even out there anymore. 6 stars, 5 thumbs up, would arrest-using-this-technology again.
by TheXenocide on Jul 24, 2014 at 7:48 PM
     
I stumbled upon this program at the recommendation of a friend. At first I was skeptical. How could a GUI interface possibly do something as advanced as track an IP address? Still, my killer was still on the loose, and I sensed I was running out of time. So, in a fit of desperation, I downloaded the program and ran it. Upon opening the executable, I found an incredibly easy to use GUI interface in a very technical looking black background/green font combo that made it very clear exactly how to track my killer's IP address. With a click of the button, the computer was set to work tirelessly doing all sorts of technical and computer sciencey things. During the execution of what was no doubt an incredibly advanced computer algorithm, a helpful picto-status window offered encouragement to me. After what seemed like an eternity of endless calculation, the program produced the answer: 127.0.0.1 - finally I had my killer's IP Address. I don't claim to understand any of this programming voodoo, but I can tell you from experience that hacker_wez is a modern day wizard; I'll certainly be telling my grandchildren about how hacker_wez was able to save my life with Visual Basic.
by wyrm7x on Jul 3, 2014 at 4:07 PM